Incoming University of Hawaii freshman guard Isaac Fleming made his debut at the 38th Annual Hawaii College Basketball Summer League Saturday night at Manoa Valley District Park.
The 6’4″ combo-guard played 10 minutes, scoring 6 points on 2/6 shooting with 2 rebounds, an assist, a block and one turnover.
His Clark Hatch Fitness (2-2) team beat National Fire Protection (0-4), 98-95.
Fleming attended Massanutten Military Academy prior to UH, which is a post-graduate academy in Virginia. Fleming was rated as the 15th best player in Virginia by Phenom Hoop Report.
In 2013, Fleming played for National Christian Academy in Fort Washington, Md. While there he averaged 25.7 ppg and close to 10 rebounds and 4 assists to help lead the Eagles to a 22-7 mark and 8-2 record in conference. The sweet-stroking leftie earned all-metro honors from the Washington Post and Prince George’s All-Gazette second team honors. He was also selected to participate in the 40th Annual Capital Classic All-Star game in Washington D.C.
Prior to the National Christian Academy, Fleming attended William Penn High School in his native Delaware. Fleming, who played AAU ball for Team Takeover EYBL and Team Loaded (Va.), will be the first player from Delaware to suit up for the Rainbow Warriors.
Fleming chose Hawai’i over Virginia Tech, Rutgers and Kansas State.